Hi! I would like to know which of the following sentences is correct:
Ideally, we should leave tomorrow early OR Ideally, we should leave early tomorrow
I know the adverb of time comes after the verb or the object and usually at the end of a sentence but I think my brain is bugged
I would really appreciate it if someone could help me. Thanks so much!
They are both possible. I guess "early tomorrow" is usual, but it is a bit ambiguous in writing. Do you mean "on the following day in the early hours" or "in the early hours of the following day"?
Dan: Should we stay the weekend?
Doris: No, we should leave tomorrow early. I have to get out of here. My sister is driving me crazy.
Dan: Should we leave after breakfast?
Doris: No, we should leave early tomorrow. That way we're past the city before rush hours starts.
In speech, the stress takes care of the meaning.